The Avon Lake Municipal Utilities provides high quality water to over 180,000 people in a 600-square-mile,…More five-county area. It has recently updated the Web site to familiarize residents with the water and sewer services offered by the city and to introduce the management team and the Avon Lake Board of Municipal Utilities.
The Water Pollution & Control Center and the Engineering Division is also headquartered at this location. It offers a convenient drive-up window for residents who want to pay their water and/or sewer bills in person. Information changes regularly, so please visit AvonLakeWater.org frequently.
Avon Lake Water Treatment Plant 33370 Lake Rd, Avon Lake, OH44012 This is the location for the Avon Lake Municipal Utilities water filtration plant responsible…More for providing clean water to 180,000 individuals in seven counties. The water filtration plant, created in 1925, now has the ability to treat 40 million gallons of water every day and uses state-of-the-art technology to remove dirt and bacteria. The plant provides high-quality water to people in a 600-square-mile area and is one of the largest plants in Northeast Ohio. The Water Pollution Control Center, established in 1960, has undergone several expansions. The center is responsible for ensuring that waste water is treated before returning to Lake Erie. The wastewater plant is beside Beachpark Towers. This location, which sits on Lake Erie's shores, is strictly for treating water. The Avon Lake Municipal Utilities maintains management offices on Miller Road.
The Avon Lake Municipal Utilities (ALMU) oversees the city's water and sewer system, including the water filtration…More plant and the water pollution control center. The utility essentially overseas water distribution for 180,000 customers in a 600-square-mile radius in five counties. The water filtration plant, located on Lake Road, has the capacity to clean 40 million gallons of water a day.
ALMU's executive offices are located on Miller Road and are open to the public for questions, bill paying and setting up service.
ALMU is also accountable for a multimillion dollar sewer-separation project that has been ongoing for the past decade and will continue through to 2020. The project requires that storm water and sewer lines are separated to ensure the health of Lake Erie.
Water utility customers can go to the department's website to find out about billing, water rates, algae, how to set up auto-pay service and backflow requirements for inground sprinklers, as well as to obtain the annual water quality report.
Residents of Avon Lake enjoy one of the lowest water rates in the Greater Cleveland area, as well as quality water. The water rated as one of the "best tasting" in the country several years ago.